AFAIK, Adguard can and does. =)all they can do is block network connections or hide elements.
I need the ability to modify or replace HTML directly and the ability to add any CSS or JS.
and many other things.
I think ad muncher was a burden to him. He was desperately trying to sell it last years, but I suppose the users count was too small to make it worth for Eyeo Gmbh or somebody else. So making the product free was a reasonable move to increase the users count (also it is the cheapest way, don't have to spend your time on improvements). But in the end it didn't come off..Not really that shocking to me. I kinda guessed Murray would run out of the funding to keep it afloat. It was a very dumb idea to make Ad Muncher free in the first place, at least until they had v5 released.
I'll think about it, it may be possible.Maybe the Adguard team can try to scoop up Jeff to help create filters? It wouldn't be a bad idea.
I was a paid Ad Muncher user for many, many years. Putting aside Ad Muncher itself and Murray, Jeff was a stellar talent when it came to creating filters. You can look through the Ad Muncher forum & it's filled with the magic he was able to perform blocking ads.I'll think about it, it may be possible.
Agree 100%, I also think Jeff would be a great asset to AdGuard.I was a paid Ad Muncher user for many, many years. Putting aside Ad Muncher itself and Murray, Jeff was a stellar talent when it came to creating filters. You can look through the Ad Muncher forum & it's filled with the magic he was able to perform blocking ads.
AdGuard would be made better by his addition to the team.
(I don't know Jeff and only exchanged posts with him once or twice, but he was the reason why Ad Muncher was the top ad blocking program in the world for so long.)
Great. Thanks a lot.Choose which product you want to test and read the instructions here: